About a month ago, I posted some pics of our little garden. Most of the plants were just starting to sprout through the hard ground or in the tubs and we were seeing the tiny signs of life coming up. Remember?....
The pea sprouts
The watermelon sprouts
The cucumber sprouts
The spinach sprouts
The bean bin...
The bigger garden space...
Now...just a short month later, this is what our little garden by Farmer Man/Melon Man looks like! The broccoli has grown about 3 inches.
The zucchini plants have gone from two to three. Huh? Two was already too many...you know how zucchini over-provides...now we have three! How on earth did that happen? Apparently, one of the them divided!
We already have at least two zucchinis growing! There are tons of blossoms though, so I suspect we will have a lot more on their way! These are about 3 inches long already.
This is our jalapeno, basil, and green onions tub. Time to harvest some of that basil! No jalapenos yet.
These are the tomatoes. They seem a little dry today - it's been super hot the last 3 days. Farmer Man watered them really well today.
Look closely...there are a lot of tomatoes on there!
The bean bin has green in it now...where's Jack? The beanstalk will be ready soon!
Wow...look at that spinach! Farmer Man planted 4 containers of spinach...oh goodness...I guess I'll be eating a lot of salad since I do not like cooked spinach.
Cucumbers on their way...
Two big watermelon plants...haven't seen any melons on them yet, but hopefully soon!
The pea pile. Farmer man put these tomato cages in them today to help them start to climb. Gotta get those weeds out of there soon...
The tangelo tree also has tiny little tangelos on it!
And Melon Man's sunflowers have really taken off! Gotta fix that fence though...
I'm so proud of Farmer Man. He's religious at going out every day to tend his garden and it's coming along so nicely. It's time to harvest the spinach already, as well as the basil. They will make a nice addition to our dinner tomorrow. I even bought mozzarella and fresh tomatoes (since ours aren't ready yet) at the new WinCo store last night so I can have caprese salad tomorrow! Yum!
Awesome garden and great prom!
Love the garden! It looks great.
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